2.1-2 - Max Haubold English 102 Mwf 8am Erin Allingham...

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Max Haubold English 102 Mwf 8am Erin Allingham Feeder 2.1 The article “History will one day have its say”: New Perspectives on Colonial and Postcolonial Congo” by Yael Simpson Fletcher, utilizes several other works to fully compose his rendering of Congo’s history. By bringing together the different viewpoints of several others’ experiences, Fletcher is able to put together, and convey his analysis of Congo’s past. These different viewpoints come from both primary and secondary sources. Three of his major references are books by other authors. The first being “The Poisonwood Bible” by Barbara Kingsolver, which tells of a white missionary and his family who are only able to survive due to the kindness of the villagers. The second is “King Leopold’s Ghost: A Story of Greed, Terror, and Heroism in Colonial Africa” by Adam Hochschild, which recounts the history of the nineteenth century, conquest of the central African region and the creation of the Congo Free State. The final work is that of
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